The centre of Menzgold can no longer hold as series of ‘misfortune’ trails them since they were shut down for operating illegally. 

Although the CEO Nana Appiah Mensah has put up a brave face all this while and desperately assuring his disgruntled customers that all is well, his boat keeps tossing up in the turbulent waters he currently finds himself. 

Just yesterday, we brought you a report of how NAM1 has temporarily sacked all workers until further notice- well, he embellished it by saying they should only to proceed on leave. 

A portion of that report goes thus; 

“Gold trading and investment firm, MenzGold Ghana Limited, has ordered its staff across the country to proceed on compulsory leave due to what it described as incessant threats from aggrieved customers of the firm.

Also, all branch managers of the firm have been transferred to the company’s headquarters at Dzorwulu in Accra, the firm announced in a statement issued Wednesday.

The directive takes effect from Monday, December 10, the statement signed by the Chief Executive Officer of the firm, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly referred to as NAM1 stated.

Except the branch managers, the staff members are to resume their  duties on December 20 when the company said “all outstanding entitlements including end of year packages shall be fully disbursed”.

It explained the decision was taken “as a result of the incessant security threats” from customers on both the properties of the company and the lives of the staff members.”

In a new development, a very reliable source has told that workers of Zylofon Media could also be laid off as the company looks for other alternatives to solve its financial crises in the face of their ‘wahala.’

The source adds that several workers have not been for the last three months and obviously they could be forced to terminate their contract with the giant media conglomerate or be asked to proceed on leave

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